Watch Video 1: A Virtual Tour through the Places of the Birth of Christ

See where the first Christmas happened in the Holy Land

I am so excited to release my new video series on the Birth of Jesus, called “The Promise that Changed the World.” If you want to skip to the nitty-gritty, and just watch the video, here it is. Just click.

WATCH VIDEO 1: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE BIRTH OF CHRIST

Not everybody can go to the Holy Land where the first Christmas occurred.

That’s frustrated me for years, because I know firsthand the benefits of including the land of the Bible in the study of the Scriptures. Leaving it out leaves out a LOT. I couldn’t imagine not knowing the Bible lands and trying to understand Scripture.

I don’t want you to miss out as well.

This is Just the First of 3  Videos

This video series will give you a virtual tour to the biblical sites of Christmas. But experiencing the Bible lands not just about pointing to a pile of rocks. It’s about connecting the Bible and its lands to life.

This first video looks at the places and promises of God that led up the birth of Jesus. The following two episodes release next week—on Monday and Wednesday—and reveals the places of Jesus’ birth and what happened afterwards– including the Wise Men.

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I have prayed for many months that these videos would encourage you, inspire you, and even make you say, “Wow.”

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